Wired Productions today confirmed that Super Dungeon Bros, the rock-themed co-op dungeon brawler developed by independent studio React Games will be shown at this year’s Gamescom in association with UKIE, and will show off further new content.
As part of the recent retail distribution agreement with Nordic Games, Super Dungeon Bros will also be playable at the Nordic Games Stand.
After its successful outing at E3, Super Dungeon Br0s’ third in-game world, Bogheim, will be available for a hands-on look for the first time at Gamescom this August. True to its name, Bogheim is a swampy, yet beautiful world filled with perils and exciting new challenges, joining the already announced worlds of Chillheim and Cryptheim. Players will also have a chance to face never-before-seen boss fights.
In Super Dungeon Bros, a band of mighty rock bros must navigate the endless dungeons of Rökheim, a giant scar of godforsaken earth, to seek out epic loot, fight hordes of evil undead and uncover the legends of long lost fabled Rock Stars!
Teams of up to four players either on or offline can take on the roles of heavy metal heroes; Axl, Ozzie, Freddie, and Lars and embark on a quest from the gods of rock to search ever-changing dungeons (which scale depending on the number of players) and combine rock and fantasy with dangerous foes, deadly obstacles and hazardous puzzles.
Currently set for a late 2015 release on all platforms, Super Dungeon Bros is promising not only 4 player co-op but also cross platform integration between Xbox One and Windows 10.
As we get closer and closer to August’s Gamescom, we are beginning to hear more about what will be appearing at this years convention in Cologne.
Teotl Studios, the Swedish developer behind The Ball and Unmechanical for the PC have teamed up with GRIP Digital to announce that their upcoming title will launch as a console exclusive on ID@Xbox alongside the PC release.
The Solus Project, a space survival game, see’s you stranded on an alien planet and in order to save the people of Earth you must overcome the grim conditons and find a way to send a signal home.
The title is scheduled for release on PC and Xbox One early in 2016…
The Solus Project will be playable at the Microsoft booth at Gamescom this August.